sluicetwo:

Aster Aweke - Antiye (1977, Ethiopia)

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87-mm:

Beautiful The Little Prince illustrations by korean illustrator KIm Min Ji for her remake of the book.

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oldhollywood:

Ennio Morricone - Pazzia da Lavoro (The Working Class Goes to Heaven: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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decolonizingmedia:

secwepemcnation:

On Day 45 of the disaster, we return to Likely. After breaking camp and moving through this so called province, we are happy to be back where we started this journey. Today we meet again with town residents. Today we listen and we plan. Today we brought our friend Ramsey Hart of Mining Watch with us. Residents of Likely still struggle to access any kind of clean drinking water. Their questions and letters to the province and corporation are not being answered. Ramsey takes time to speak from his own extensive knowledge about mining, not only in Canada but globally. He answers questions. He is adamant that what Imperial Metals did was illegal, what Imperial Metals continues to do (or not do) is illegal. We learn that in addition to the water rights that are being violated, it is important to note that there are real food security rights being violated as well. The violation of the right and safety of the salmon and its importance to the Indigenous population is so present in our minds.People in Likely, the Secwepemc are ready to take action. Direct action. We are tired of waiting. We have been meeting with Mining Watch Canada. We have been meeting with Amnesty International. There are plans being made to visit Victoria. We should all be making plans. For us in Vancouver, Imperial Metals head office is at 580 Hornby St. For us in Victoria, the legislature. For us anywhere, there are places to gather and things to build. We are waking up to the dangers of mining. We sent out a delegation to a meeting in Kamloops about Ajax mine. Business owners came together to vow Ajax mine will not be allowed in their community after the Imperial Metals Mount Polley disaster. Their tailings storage facility would have been 3 times higher and 1.5 times larger. Resistance is everywhere. We are building and building.#imperialnomore

Solidarity.

decolonizingmedia:

secwepemcnation:

On Day 45 of the disaster, we return to Likely. After breaking camp and moving through this so called province, we are happy to be back where we started this journey. Today we meet again with town residents. Today we listen and we plan. Today we brought our friend Ramsey Hart of Mining Watch with us. 

Residents of Likely still struggle to access any kind of clean drinking water. Their questions and letters to the province and corporation are not being answered. Ramsey takes time to speak from his own extensive knowledge about mining, not only in Canada but globally. He answers questions. He is adamant that what Imperial Metals did was illegal, what Imperial Metals continues to do (or not do) is illegal. 

We learn that in addition to the water rights that are being violated, it is important to note that there are real food security rights being violated as well. The violation of the right and safety of the salmon and its importance to the Indigenous population is so present in our minds.

People in Likely, the Secwepemc are ready to take action. Direct action. We are tired of waiting. We have been meeting with Mining Watch Canada. We have been meeting with Amnesty International. There are plans being made to visit Victoria. We should all be making plans. For us in Vancouver, Imperial Metals head office is at 580 Hornby St. For us in Victoria, the legislature. For us anywhere, there are places to gather and things to build. 

We are waking up to the dangers of mining. We sent out a delegation to a meeting in Kamloops about Ajax mine. Business owners came together to vow Ajax mine will not be allowed in their community after the Imperial Metals Mount Polley disaster. Their tailings storage facility would have been 3 times higher and 1.5 times larger. 

Resistance is everywhere. We are building and building.

#imperialnomore

Solidarity.

proletarianprincess:

why do white men grow a beard as a substitute for a personality

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igaleexo:

yonggukscock:

This is actual bullshit

Okay as someone who supports the Palestinian cause and can’t wait for harper to be out of power this article is completely baseless. Please don’t reblog this because honestly you’re doing more harm then good. 

okay so this entire thing is reffering to Bill C-13 which has been controversial but all it did was expand the definition of groups that can be the subject of hate propaganda under the Criminal Code The code now lists people distinguished by colour, race, religion, ethnic origin, or sexual orientation. Bill C-13 added age, sex, and mental or physical disability, as well as national origin.

this was not to protect zionists it’s actually been instrumental in bringing neo nazis to human rights tribunals and getting cease and desist orders that can actually be enforced by the courts for their hateful online posts. 

also the law has already been repealed 

and Ernst Zundel being imprisoned has nothing to do with Canadian Law but even if he was sanctioned under this bill that would have been deserved. he was sentenced in Germany and he was anti-semetic not anti-zionist the man wrote a book titled “The Hitler We Love and Why" for god’s sake. 

That time Storm saved Black Panther from some creepy white South Africans.

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mad-moiselle-bulle:

Wooden church of Transfiguration, Kizhi ( Russia ), assembled without nails, using interlocking corner joinery.

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hassibah:

My favourite song of hers.

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rpmfm:

Listen to The Outer Reaches Mixtape: Inside the Sounds of Tanya Tagaq
How much do you know about Tanya Tagaq’s music? To celebrate #MixtapeMonday, we take you inside the epic and artful career of the acclaimed Inuk artist with The Outer Reaches—an exclusive compilation that explores her ever-evolving auditory experiments and creative collaborations.
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rpmfm:

Listen to The Outer Reaches Mixtape: Inside the Sounds of Tanya Tagaq

How much do you know about Tanya Tagaq’s music? To celebrate #MixtapeMonday, we take you inside the epic and artful career of the acclaimed Inuk artist with The Outer Reaches—an exclusive compilation that explores her ever-evolving auditory experiments and creative collaborations.

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teapotify:

كزا مدى، مش مهم

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hassibah:

residueatlas:

Yma Sumac - Tumpa! (Earthquake), 1950

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